An amazing collection of items from the early sixties, including a handwritten letter to a fan from Keith Richard.
The grouping is detailed below.
An example of how provenance can add incredible value of your collection.
The signed Queen’s Hotel stationary came from the same young woman, Angela, that obtained the rest of these fine signatures.
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Keith Richard Handwritten Letter.
A piece of white lined paper on which Keith Richard has handwritten a letter to a Rolling Stones fan. The letter reads
‘Dear Angela, Thanks for your letter, I hope you enjoyed the 2nd show as well. Anyone who queues for 2 days deserves to come backstage, and it was a pleasure meeting you.
Anyway must go – Keith Richard’.
The letter was written backstage at the Odeon Theatre, Leeds, England on October 9th 1965.
*Note…English slang for queues..or queuing.
A waiting list or other means of organizing people or objects into a first-come-first-served order.
An original black and white photograph of Angela and her friends queuing for tickets outside the Odeon Theatre, Leeds, England.
The photograph was taken on September 16th 1965 shortly before tickets went on sale for the show which was going to take place on October 9th 1965.
Tickets for the Rolling Stones show which took place at the Odeon Theatre, Leeds, England on October 9th 1965. Consists of a stub for the 1st performance and a complete unused ticket for the 2nd performance.
Newspaper article. An original newspaper article taken from the Yorkshire Post which details the girls two day wait for tickets to the show.
An original black and white photograph of Angela and her friends backstage with the Rolling Stones at the Odeon Theatre, Leeds, England.
The photograph was taken on October 9th 1965.